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Right-wingers out to remake the EU, but they're split on how

Right-wingers out to remake the EU, but they're split on how
As a grouping of sovereign states, the EU has a buffer against swift change due to nations' need to compromise. (Image: Depositphotos)
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By Laurence NormanRight-wing nationalist parties look set to surge in elections across Europe ending on Monday (New Zealand time), but the shock wave will travel slowly due to rifts among the political forces.Many of the parties see former US president Donald Trump as a model. They pledge to peel back Brussels’ power and shift European Union policy on hot-button issues including migration and climate change. Balazs Orbán, political director for Hungary’s nationalist prime minister Viktor Orbán, believes the EU ele...

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